A full-mouth restoration (in London Ontario) is when some or all the teeth in your mouth get redone. Sometimes, the extent of damage or teeth decay is just too much for basic fillings, or one or two fake teeth. This is when you get a full-mouth dental reconstruction.
What happens during a full-mouth restoration?
A full-mouth reconstruction is not just one procedure – it involves bite fixing, muscle fixing, and teeth fixing using a number of cosmetic and restorative procedures. It restores all your teeth to full functionality and beauty. After a full-mouth dental reconstruction, your teeth may look 10 to 30 (plus) years younger.
Who should opt for a full-mouth restoration?
If you are experiencing multiple dental issues simultaneously, full-mouth reconstruction is the only way to deal with all of them comprehensively. For example, if you have a worn out tooth, a broken tooth, teeth cavities, missing teeth, teeth decay, etc., at the same time, multiple standard procedures may be too tiresome. You could use a one-time full-mouth reconstruction to deal with all the problems.
Full-mouth reconstruction may also help with Amelogenesis Imperfecta – and other dental defects requiring extensive reconstruction.
Full-Mouth Restoration In London
Full-mouth reconstruction is not cheap, though. You are going to need to work with a team of dental professionals and a prosthodontist – all through. You are going to be placed under (anesthesia), and multiple implants and dental devices may be used, some custom-made. Depending on all these factors and the number of check-ups to facilitate the restoration, the cost of a full-mouth restoration can be quite high.
Some of the procedures involved in a full-mouth reconstruction may be covered under dental insurance. Talk to your dentist to see if it is a good option for you financially – and for your dental health. Give us a call today to get your full-mouth restoration journey started.